New Home Development
Two new developments, approved by the Boston Planning & Development Agency at its May meeting, will bring more than 180 new residences to Dorchester and Jamaica Plain.
Phase six includes the development of a five-story building which will be entirely income-restricted.
Once complete, the five-story building will contain 124 units, 21 of which will be income-restricted.
The projects are located at 1234-1240 Soldiers Field Road, 119 Braintree St. and 52 Everett St.
The Boston Planning & Development Agency approved the project which will bring 269 residential units to the site of the former Boston State Hospital property on Harvard Street in Mattapan.
The projects are located at 176 Lincoln St. and 1035 Commonwealth Ave.
The mixed-use development in Winthrop officially opened to residents last fall
The Boston Planning & Development Agency approved the project to convert the former St. Augustine Parish convent into housing.
The Soldiers Field Road property will soon become housing, office, and research and development space.
A developer is proposing the redevelopment of a five-parcel site in Dorchester into residential housing.
Lume is the newest addition to the company’s multifamily portfolio.
A letter of intent was filed by developer Pennrose in August seeking to create the development at 361 Centre St. site in Hyde Square.
The Boston Planning & Development Agency approved the projects, which will bring more than 400 new housing units to the city, at its December Meeting.
The Boston Planning & Development Agency is currently reviewing two Dorchester projects, which, if approved, would bring 174 housing units to the area.
One hundred and fifty parcels of city land will be made available to developers to build these homeownership opportunities.
Coldwell Banker’s Richard Hornblower and Katelyn Kerins are bringing to market a new income-restricted development in Brighton.